Monday, February 18, 2013

Review for Wee Willie Winkie by Dianne Hartsock

Title: Wee Willy Winkie 
Series; Naughty nursery rhymes
Release Date: Feb 2013
Author:  Dianne Hartsock
Genre: MM contemporary,
Length: 11260 words
Publisher Dreamspinner Press
Meows: 5
Purrrs: 5 explicit
Blurb: Willie has met an old flame, but is he willing to give up the decadence of Boston society for the man he loves?

For the past three years William Wilkerson has led the life of the privileged rich. Head of his father's shipping business, Willie indulges in the pleasures of Boston's fine young men to his heart's content. That is, until he meets Fredrick, the one man who has captured his heart, again. As his former tutor, Fredrick has been declared off limits by William's father. Fredrick also believes he's beneath the attention of Wilkerson's heir.

Willie disagrees, but is he willing to throw away rank and privilege for the man he loves?

Review: Freddie is in a tavern and is distracted by goings on in a booth in the back. It makes him remember his lost love William. He is shocked to see it is him.  But William is younger and was his student, and from a wealthy family. Freddie knows he cannot ever have William. William is also shocked to see Freddie. Though he is loose and indulges in many men he has strong feelings for Freddie. But he knows he can’t be the man Freddie wants and needs. Or can he?
I loved this story! It was brilliantly written. I felt as if I was transformed back in time.  My heart went out to Freddie and even William.  The twists and turns were riveting and the sex hot! I loved the references to the nursery rhyme also. Such a cute fun, exciting read!
Recommendations: I highly recommend this if you like Historical MM romance, hot sex,  Rich man/poor man relationships, and an allover  hot romance.
Author Twitter” @ diannehartsock